#35 Holistic Approaches to Health and Sustainability

The need for health frameworks to be holistic to better solve health crises has become increasingly important, especially now that we are in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. This episode explores the three key approaches used within the scientific community to solve health issues in a holistic manner for the environment, humans and non-human species in order to achieve sustainability on all levels. 

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(33) Going Beyond Ethical Consumerism

Listen to the episode HERE. REVIEWS: I wanted to start of the episode by reading out my latest reviews for the podcast. Jay from Australia says “Thanks for talking about all things for all people”. Victoria from the UK says “this is a great podcast. Diverse topics and interesting guests.” Thank you both for the…

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#34 Reflection: Reconnecting With Yourself

This episode is the final one for 2020, where I have an honest conversation with myself about the way in which I have gone about self-discovery/love and learned to have a healthy relationship with myself. Although this episode is all about my personal experiences and journey to acceptance of who I am, this episode is tailored for those willing to embark on a journey of self-discovery and are seeking for strategic ways to do so. 

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(32) Men’s Mental Health Matters Too with Gretchen Hernandez

Listen to the episode HERE. INTRO:  Hello deep thinkers, this is your host Agrita and welcome to Mind Full of Everything, the podcast that questions the deeper and bigger things in life, from intersectional environmentalism to self-development and everything else in between. I got the wonderful opportunity to talk to Gretchen Hernandez, a men’s mental…

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#33 Going Beyond Ethical Consumerism

As we become more aware of our collective negative impact on the environment, wide scale emphasis on purchasing locally and from ethical/sustainable brands through the political belief of ethical consumerism has risen. However, many ethical consumers are now starting to question the success of the belief and whether it has resulted in change in the corporate world or whether the problem of unethical and unsustainable production continues to persist but just behind closed doors. Listen to this episode where I discuss the problems of ethical consumerism, my personal journey with the belief and how we need to find a middle ground between purchasing ethical/sustainable goods whilst also challenging firms/industries to take responsibility for reducing their impact on the planet through consumer activism.

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#32 Men’s Mental Health Matters Too with Gretchen Hernandez

In this episode I talk to Gretchen Hernandez, a men’s mental health coach and founder of the My Freedom Grove podcast. Gretchen believes that with the rise of feminism and the gendered roles still prevalent in society, we have essential prohibited men from expressing themselves or seeking professional mental wellbeing help, which only feeds into toxic masculinity further. Through forming a private men’s facebook group Unshakable and providing a platform for men’s personal journeys, Gretchen ensures that when it comes to removal of mental health stigmas, men should be included in the conversation too.

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(31) Imposter Syndrome and Jealousy

Today we explore the intersection of jealousy and the psychological pattern of doubting oneself’s accomplishments or talent in comparison to others, what we call the impostor syndrome. There are many environmental factors that fuel lack of self-confidence and fear of being overshadowed by others, but very few of us are willing to discuss how jealousy and anger at other people success can stunt personal growth and destroy mental stability. This episode aims to address both the toxicity of jealousy and the belief that anyone’s talent and achievements can belittle what you have to offer to society.

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#31 Reflection: Imposter Syndrome and Jealousy

I was essentially scared of being happy of my achievements and I just had this feeling that I can’t win anything. I could get close to winning something but I can’t win it because I don’t deserve it. Many think that imposter syndrome is something that those with low self-esteem and lack of self-confidence experience.…

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(30) Veganism Should Be Intersectional

INTRO: Hello deep thinkers, this is your host Agrita and welcome to Mind Full of Everything, the podcast that questions the deeper and bigger things in life, from intersectional environmentalism to self- development and everything else in between. Today’s episode talks about the importance of redefining veganism and connecting it back to its historical, non-white roots of intersectionality and equality…

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#30 Veganism Needs To Be Intersectional

Veganism is not here to change the world. It has always been here, perhaps as long as humans have existed. It is always been here as just one lens to equality, it’s not the only lens. – ep. 30 Veganism has sky-rocketed globally in the past few years, as a result of our collective evolution into more eco-conscious…

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